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114 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 Christmas Joy program kicks off in Rehoboth Beach Christmas is a time for family, a time for giving and receiving and a time for remembering those who are less fortunate. Epworth United Methodist Church, with referrals from local nurses, social wol:kers, church members, the Cape Henlopen School District and Long Neck Elementary School, has been providing toys and cloth- ing for children 11 years old and younger. Also given are gift cards to help the family have a full Christmas dinner. These underprivileged families need the community's help. Last year Epworth, along with other local businesses, held various fundralsers and were able to help 82 families which totaled 368 people. This year the hope is to reach many more families with a goal of raising $10,000. A silent auction will be held at Epworth United Methodist Church, various restaurants will donate a portion of their sales, Guillermo Silveira will be holding concerts at Epworth and Boire's Hair Design and Day Spa in Rehoboth Beach will be holding a fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sept. 24, donat- ing 80 percent of service sales and 100 percent of tips from that day. Also participating will be Debbie Baker, a Mary Kay Representative and Futty Duuy's Bakery located on South First Street in Rehoboth. Baker will be doing make-over for donations as well as having samplings and food for purchase by Futty Dutty's. Anyone who would like to help provide joy for a less fortunate family this year is asked to call 227-3861 to make an appointment for this fundraiser. Those who are unable to attend or businesses who would life to sponsor a fami- ly are asked to contact Epworth United Methodist Church at 227- 7743. Ellendale organization celebrating 25 years Tickets are now on sale for the eighth annual fundraiser and hon- oree banquet sponsored by the Ellendale Community Civic Improvement Association Inc. This year marks the 25th anniver- sary of People Helping People. The event will be held at 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club, 310 Virginia Avenue, Seaford, Delaware. All tickets are $25 per person. Advance tickets only. Tickets may be purchased by call- ing Harold Truxon at 422-4304, or Diaz Bonville at 645-7544. Semi- formal attire is requested. Checks should be made payable to ECCIA. No refunds will be given. Everyone is welcome. David Baker, County Administrator, will serve as the keynote speaker. In addition to the celebration, 2006 honorees will be presented with awards. They include Sen. Thurman Adams Jr., Bessie Andrews, Tom Draper, the Rev. George Edwards Sr., Rep. J. Benjamin Ewing Jr., Claudia Harris, John Hollis, Anthony "Tony" Neal, Sinthia Rodriguez, and Esthelda Parker- Selby for their outstanding com- munity service. Any businesses, individuals, churches, civic or community organizations who would like to purchase a table ($250) can do so and their names will be listed as a contributor in our advertisement. The mailing address is ECCIA, Attention Harold Truxon, President, P.O. Box 327, Ellendale, Delaware 19941. Dewey beach book authors to appear at Booksandcoffee Locals and weekend warriors will have a chance to check out a new photo book of Dewey Beach on their way to Taco Toss in Ruddertowne from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 1. Co-authors of "The Dewey Beach Book," Nicolas "Nico" Allenbaugh and Kim Rogers, will be at Booksandcoffee to showcase their new book, which features photographs of many of Dewey's popular spots and traditions. From picturesque sunsets over the bay, to crowd shots at The Bottle & Cork and The Starboard, and pictures of popular Dewey tradi- tions such as Running of the Bull and Cork Jam Sessions, the book serves as a scrapbook-type reminder of summer fun to occa- sional visitors and longtime sea- sonal residents. Allenbaugh, a Baltimore native, has traveled extensively and his love of Dewey Beach has brought him back for four years.. For more information on this event, contact Booksandcoffee at 226-9959. Ik iiii